TSTV, the new multi-channel portal, which launched in Nigeria earlier this week, has received plenty of positive reviews from the notoriously critical Nigerian Twitter.
TSTV’s mission is to provide premium video experience to Nigerians at affordable prices. Our services will enable the viewers to experience HD and SD video and internet surfing at the same time, according to their website.
— FAVOUR ONYEOZIRI (@Rouvafe) October 1, 2017
TSTV decoder comes with an extra 20gb.
Price = N5,000
Etisalat 20gb for a month = N18,000
One decoder every month it is then…
— VoN (@frenemic) October 2, 2017
Pls can we all give TSTV a welcome retweet pic.twitter.com/xgPLAbkG5z
— kenchukz MrRight🇳🇬 (@kenchukz) October 1, 2017
My cal for TSTV
20GB data FREE + Extra 1 month
I'll watch EPL,UCL,LaLiga for 2months
1/2 d price DSTV sub,nothing to LOSE😋
— Kemi Ariyo (@d_problemsolver) October 2, 2017
Q: Now that you have #TSTV, what are you going to do with your GOTV and DSTV dish?
Ans: I'll use it to pick beans. pic.twitter.com/zzubcJBP2n
— Demola (@uncleDemola) October 1, 2017
The least we can do as Nigerians is to support TSTV. We can not, i repeat, we can not allow it to die like HiTV.
— Bhadmus Hakeem (@Bhadoosky) October 1, 2017
NIGERIAN-OWNED TSTV announced that they will employ 5,000 Nigerians after they launch, but some Nigerians have made it an hobby to convince people not to patronize them, saying they would be horrible before they even launch. Na we dey use our hand spoil this country. What a pity.
— Isima (@IsimaOdeh) September 30, 2017
— Plenty Gists™ (@Plentygist) October 3, 2017
Now that FG & Nigerians are giving TSTV all the necessary support, it's only up to them to fail or succeed.
— Femi Lee (@femscie) October 2, 2017